• July 12, 2024

Why 100 People From The Same Town Got Brain Cancer Will Make You…..

For years, the students of Colonia High School in Woodbridge, New Jersey, went about their lives, unaware that their alma mater might be hiding a dark secret, it wasn’t until decades later, when more than one hundred of them developed the same rare form of brain cancer, that suspicions began to arise and all of these individuals were diagnosed with glioblastoma, and as they underwent cancer treatment, they couldn’t shake the feeling that there had to be a connection to their high school.

One of these former students, Al Lupiano, was diagnosed with brain cancer twenty years ago. Tragically, his wife and sister also developed brain tumors, with his sister succumbing to the disease in February 2022 at just forty-four years old. After her passing, Lupiano made a solemn vow: “I will not rest until I have answers.”

His determination led him to discover that an alarming number of his fellow classmates were also battling brain cancer. The fear spread through the community, reaching the current 1,300 students at Colonia High School, who became increasingly anxious about their own vulnerability to the disease.

Lupiano’s journey began in earnest when he decided to look into the matter more deeply. As he told CBS News, “I started doing some research, and the three became five, the five became seven, the seven became 15.” It was then that he learned his sister and wife had also been diagnosed with primary brain tumors.

The afflicted individuals, most of whom graduated between 1975 and 2000, flooded Lupiano with messages, sharing their own stories of brain cancer. Lupiano was horrified but determined to find the root cause. He noted, “What I find alarming is there’s truly only one environmental link to primary brain tumors, and that’s ionizing radiation.”

Upon further research, Lupiano discovered that uranium ore, a byproduct of the top-secret Manhattan Project which developed the first atomic bombs, might have contaminated the soil on which the high school was built. The contaminated soil had been moved from its original location when the site was shut down in 1967 – the same year Colonia High School was constructed.

Could it be that the soil used for the school grounds was contaminated with uranium, causing rare brain cancer in the students? The question remains unanswered, but Lupiano’s unyielding pursuit of the truth has brought this alarming situation to light. The people of Woodbridge, New Jersey, and the students of Colonia High School deserve to know the truth behind this tragic coincidence, and they won’t rest until they find it.

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Sources: AWM, Cbsnews, Insider


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